of 29 March 2009
The Gambia, Senegal and Cape Verde: Diocese of Gambia - http://gambia.anglican.org [MIDI attack]
Nigeria: Diocese of Ife - http://ife.anglican.org
National Home Mission Fund - Anglican Outback Fund: 'The Anglican Church in Outback Australia today is faithful, scattered, small and under-resourced but nevertheless resilient and innovative. Outback Anglicans are known to travel 100 kilometres or more to and from worship in a small congregation. Clergy travel huge distances and the cost of that travel is very expensive. Many congregations are without clergy and have been so for some time usually because ordained ministry cannot be afforded. In many parts of Australia the Anglican Church is seeking to find new ways of providing ministry in the Outback.'
Book of Common Prayer
Doregari Kotopu (1916). This translation of the Holy Communion service from the 1662 BCP into Binandere is the work of Copland King (1868-1918) a botanist, zoologist, and linguist whose missionary life and significant translation activity are chronicled in Gilbert White's A Pioneer of Papua.
Michail Caines reviews Sybil Thorndike: A Star of Life, by Jonathan Croall.
Xenia Dennen reviews Russian Orthodoxy Resurgent: Faith and Power in the New Russia, by John Garrard and Carol Garrard.
John Court reviews The Longest Week: The Truth about Jesus' Last Days, by Nick Page.
Newfoundland and Labrador: Torbay, St Nicholas (Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador)
Ontario: Windsor, St Stephen and Church of the Redeemer (Huron)
Anglican Life in Newfoundland and Labrador. 'We are the Church newspaper for the three Anglican Dioceses of Eastern Newfoundland & Labrador, Central Newfoundland & Western Newfoundland.'
Barbourne, St George (Worcester)
Coseley, St Chad (Worcester)
Goodmayes Ilford, All Saints (Chelmsford)
Kingswinford, St Mary (Worcester)
Malvern, Christ Church with St Mary (Worcester)
Kamakura, St Michael (Yokohama)
Kashiwa, St Andrew (Yokohama)
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Hornby Parish [St Columba, Hornby; St Saviour, Templeton; St Paul, West Melton] (Christ Church)
Rangiora Parish [St Matthew, Fernside; St Martin, Loburn; St John, Rangiora; St Mary, Southbrook; St Barnabas, Woodend] (Christchurch)
Riccarton, St James (Christchurch)
Woolston, St John the Evangelist (Christchurch)
UK MP calls C of E 'overcome with PC'. Bishop of Rochester retires 10 years early. Train stations
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Igreja Anglicana do Brasil: This Portuguese-language website indicates that this NIC church in Brazil is the 'Anglican Archdiocese of Thomas Cranmer'.
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South Africa: St Andrew's Church, Newlands, Cape Town (Cape Town) Youth Worker
Singapore: Church of the True Light (Singapore) [Services in English, Mandarin, Hokkien and Indonesian]
The Blue Book: This 'collection of reports to the [US] Episcopal Church's General Convention of the work done by its committees, commissions, agencies and boards (CCABs) during the 2007-2009 triennium, is now available online'.
Church Website of the Year: Surefish.co.uk and the Church Times (London) 'will recognise the best local, regional and national church websites, as well as the best blog, youth website and most innovative site'.
Renewing the Face of the Earth: Human Responsibility and the Environment: The Archbishop of Canterbury delivered the Ebor Lecture at York Minster on the Annunciation this year.